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Edison Yap <integrit at mnl_sequel.net> wrote....................
|What is the best way to disinfect plants from fish diseases? Let say for
|example a plant came from a tank with fishes that are infected with white
|spots or fungal/bacterial infections? Is chlorine a good idea?
|How do is post a question in APD?
This is a good question. I don't know if plants can carry infections,
parasites, etc to a new tank. I would think they could??
There are products on the market to disinfect plants which use potassium
permanganate or you may investigate using a 19:1 solution of bleach to
water solution. Depending on the plant a 2-4 minutes in the bleach solution
should kill any nasties on the plant.
Search the APD archives at:
http://www.actwin.com/fish/aquatic-plants/index.cgi Do a search on
"disinfect", or "permanganate ", or "bleach treatment" or any combination
and you should get lots of info back on treating "infected plants".
To subscribe to the list, send an email message which says "subscribe
aquatic-plants" to majordomo at actwin_com.
I have forwarded your question to the APD, maybe an expert could give us
both some more ideas about your question.
brennans at ix_netcom.com